Hydrogen ship refueling in the environmental protection area

NO | Hellesyslt-Geiranger

FEST’s green hydrogen infrastructure for shipping and tourism in Norway’s specially protected UNSECO World Heritage Site Geiranger Fjord

Our client Norwegian Hydrogen, Hellesylt, Norway, is developing one of Norway’s largest hydrogen plants with the pilot project Hellesylt Hydrogen Hub (HHH). In the future, ferries, excursion and high-speed boats as well as other local tourism vehicles such as buses will be powered by hydrogen in the UNSECO World Heritage Site Geiranger Fjord.
The green hydrogen produced for this purpose is produced with the help of energy from hydroelectric power plants. Particularly strict conditions apply to the planning, implementation and operation of the facility in the nature reserve of the UNSESCO World Heritage Site

Technical data

  • 3 MW electrolysis plant
  • Power container and PtG container, cooling and refrigeration unit
  • Two MAXIMATOR compressors (type 2.0)
  • Trailer refueling, low-, medium- and high-pressure storage
  • Pumps for 350 and 700 bar
  • Comprehensive maintenance service

The Hellesylt Hydrogen Hub and 100% emission-free ferries in the UNESCO environmental protection area Geiranger Fjord.

Find out more about Strandmøllen AS and its range of gases here..

Für ein Projekt am UNSECO Welterbe Geiranger Fjord entwickelt die FEST Produktionsanlagen und Infrastruktur zur Betankung von Schiffen mit grünem Wasserstoff.
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